Kids nutrition

Vitamin D for Kids

It’s the vitamin that helps in bone development and is also called the sunshine vitamin. Have you guessed what it is? In this video, I talk about Vitamin D for kids and the important roles that it plays in keeping them healthy. I also talk about how we can make sure we all get our…

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Healthy lunchbox ideas for kids

One of the most common food mistakes I see when it comes to kids nutrition is a shortage of protein. Protein is the building block of the body and is super important for kids as they are growing at super high speeds! As a bonus protein keeps little tummies fuller for longer so there will…

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5 ways to boost kids immune system for the winter

It’s smack bang in the middle of winter in the southern hemisphere right now and kids are falling like flies to colds, flu, chest and ear infections. Because kids immune systems are still developing (as well as their unsavoury hygiene habits)  they tend to get sick often. That being said there are things we can…

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Easy lunch ideas for kids you can pick up at the supermarket

  If your life is anything like mine you don’t always get a chance to have a baking session to get prepared for lunchbox packing for the week ahead. Sometimes you need easy lunch ideas for kids. These ideas are for those weeks you need some fast, convenient options you can pick up at the…

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The 5 Foods You’re Feeding Your Child That Trigger Eczema

I want to start with Tracy’s story. Tracy is a brilliant blogger over at Raised Good and a participant in my Natural Super Kids program! I remember seeing little red patches of skin for the first time on my son’s belly when he was three months old. It wasn’t eczema, or at least that’s what I…

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Wean your kids off processed food onto Wholefoods

Wholefood, Superfood, Organic, Bone broth, Gluten-free, Raw, Paleo and fermented have become mainstream terms but even just a few years ago you probably had not even heard of them. You may have started your babies on highly processed rice cereal as their first food, then moved onto the tinned baby food blends that line the…

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Gut Friendly bone broth recipes

Inspired by my chat with Jo Whitton from Quirky cooking last week about her family’s journey with gut health and the GAPS diet I have put together a collection of lovely, gut healing bone broth recipes – all gluten and dairy free (and mostly grain free too!) Including more gut friendly, bone broth recipes in your…

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Omega 3 for kids

Fish is an important part of our kid’s diets and most kids either aren’t getting enough of it in their diets or are eating the wrong types of fish – hello battered fish and chips! Now let me make it clear that the occasional fish and chips on the beach is more that ok by me…

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How to stay healthy when travelling

We set off on our Big Aussie Adventure 4 months ago and although we are not always perfect (Hello squid and chips on the beach and a few too many glasses of wine!) we have managed to stick to a real food diet fairly well. Food is one of the pleasures of exploring new places.…

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Dairy free recipes for breakfast

I want to share a couple of my Naturopathic clients’ stories with you (don’t worry the dairy free recipes are coming!) Ryan is a 16-year-old promising football player who has suffered from Asthma since he was very young. He has been getting more competitive with his football over the last few years he was feeling…

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